Intermediate – Core 3,000 (1500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 41

Intermediate Deck 41

Total: 20 words

authority

noun

the people or an organization who have the power to make decisions or who have a particular area of responsibility in a country or region

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story

noun

one floor level of a building

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principle

noun

a basic idea or rule that explains or controls how something happens or works, or in a person, a belief or rule that influences one’s behavior and notion of what is right

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pity

noun

a cause for regret or disappointment

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victory

noun

success in a game, competition, election, war, etc.

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volume

noun

the total amount of something, especially something that is increasing or large

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sympathy

noun

the feeling of sorrow or pity for someone who is in a bad situation; an expression of care for something or someone's situation

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issue

verb

to formally make something known or available; to distribute or put forth

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appeal

verb

to make an earnest request

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suspect

verb

to have an idea that something is probably true or likely to happen, especially something bad, but without having definite proof

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catch

verb

to notice or discover something, especially something odd or wrong

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alarm

verb

to make someone feel afraid or worried

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handle

verb

to deal with or be responsible for someone or something

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labor

noun

the people who work or are available for work in a country or company

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spare

adjective

kept as something extra, so it can be used in the future if it is needed; free to use or unoccupied; available

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unknown

adjective

not familiar, identified, or famous

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temper

noun

a habit or state of mind that makes someone more prone to anger or irritability

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deck

noun

one of the levels on a bus, ship, etc., also one of the seating levels in a stadium

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voyage

noun

a long journey, especially by sea or in space

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spoil

verb

to have a bad effect on something so that it is no longer attractive, enjoyable, useful, etc.

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